Worth visiting for the sculpture alone. Really nice walks through the gardens. Good selection of paintings too.
About Calouste Gulbenkian Museum - Founder's Collection
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Unlike many museums this is a display of one mans collection, but wow what a collection. It does mean you can get quite a few of the same thing but all of superb quality. Nice cafe. Nice gardens. Free entry to gardens and after 2pm...More
This is the four time we visited this museum and we just love it. Love the collection, how all is exposed, the people who works there is very kind and the atmosphere is fantastic.
Our first visit was in 1999, our visit time in Lisbon. We make it a point to return on every visit to Lisbon. The collection is not large, but when you consider that it is one man's personal collection, it is amazing. You start out...More
There was a good choice for lunch. Salads, soups, pies and reasonably priced. The service was also quicker that we expected. A very efficient operation in a great setting on the veranda looking out into the museum grounds.
We had one more day in Lisbon, and had done all the usual. This place was suggested to us, so we did. Well, it was one of the high-lights of our trip. An eclectic collection of many different items, from an alabaster cup dated 5000...More
A well laid out air conditioned museum with a very diverse collection of artifacts especially the lalique room.
Not too large, thus you can visit it in one morning or afternoon. Very well presented with good information about the objects. In particular, an amaizing exibhition of Lalique work. A must-do in your tripo to Lisbon
This museum is full of all the things that I and many others love. There are some really big names in art here. I loved the antique furniture, costumes, rugs and ceramics. My greatest favourite was the large collection of Lalique glassware, including jewellery. There...More